Workers and heavy equipment crowds do the continuing work involved in the Midland water project.
The purpose of the current water project in Midland is twofold: to provide a new water storage tank and to improve drinking water quality for the current water customers on the town’s distribution system.  
The Wasta Bar hosted an open house this past weekend. A whole barbecued pig was the entreé for the meal.
With more than 40 years of bartending experience, Vicki James knows a thing or two about the industry.   
Mayor Marty Huether, First Interstate Bank Greater Wlal Fund Board member John Tsitrian and Wall Economic Development Corporation Executive Director Cheyenne McGriff.
The Wall Archery Range aims to be a fun outdoor opportunity for the Wall community and surrounding region. On Friday, this goal hit the target!
Bison Youth Baseball
Melany Lemer waits for the ball to get the runner out. There will be a softball game with Lemmon at Bison on June 28th.
Robin Reinhold won the first place and also overall winner in the recent Farm Bureau photo contest with “A Warm Heart.”
It was a double win in the Reinhold home when the results of the annual Farm Bureau photo contest were announced. 
The Children's Chapel when it was first moved to its current site at the church from the Sam Johnston ranch.
An edifice that once played a vital role in both the Dalzell and Elm Springs communities has again found purpose as the newly refurbished Children’s Chapel at the Elm Springs church. 
Workers and heavy equipment crowds do the continuing work involved in the Midland water project.
The Wasta Bar hosted an open house this past weekend. A whole barbecued pig was the entreé for the meal.
Mayor Marty Huether, First Interstate Bank Greater Wlal Fund Board member John Tsitrian and Wall Economic Development Corporation Executive Director Cheyenne McGriff.
Bison Youth Baseball
Robin Reinhold won the first place and also overall winner in the recent Farm Bureau photo contest with “A Warm Heart.”
The Children's Chapel when it was first moved to its current site at the church from the Sam Johnston ranch.

New doctor at Philip Health Services

Workers and heavy equipment crowds do the continuing work involved in the Midland water project.
The purpose of the current water project in Midland is twofold: to provide a new water storage tank and to improve drinking water quality for the current water customers on the town’s distribution system.   Several years ago, Banner Associates, Inc. was asked by town leaders to look into the...
The Wasta Bar hosted an open house this past weekend. A whole barbecued pig was the entreé for the meal.
With more than 40 years of bartending experience, Vicki James knows a thing or two about the industry.    So when the Cheyenne, Wyo., native saw the Wasta Bar, she realized its potential if it were in the right hands.   James is a fairly new addition to the Wasta community. After living in Alaska...
Mayor Marty Huether, First Interstate Bank Greater Wlal Fund Board member John Tsitrian and Wall Economic Development Corporation Executive Director Cheyenne McGriff.
The Wall Archery Range aims to be a fun outdoor opportunity for the Wall community and surrounding region. On Friday, this goal hit the target!   June 23rd marked the grand opening of the Wall Archery Range, located south of the Wall Golf Course. The City of Wall and the Wall Economic Development...
Bison Youth Baseball
Melany Lemer waits for the ball to get the runner out. There will be a softball game with Lemmon at Bison on June 28th. The last two home games will be July 10 and 13th at 5:00 p.m.

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